Suggestions on a tablet for pp? a few q's...

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Mel Snyder
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Re: Best iPad photo upload approach for maximize megapixels?
In reply to Mike Fewster, 10 months ago

Mike Fewster wrote:

Mel Snyder wrote:

LBJ2 wrote:

Any thoughts on the best way to upload photos to the iPad to transfer the most amount of megapixels ?

See my answer to your private message. Photogene loads and lets you edit the RAW and allows you to save a very big jpeg.

Mel, are you saying that Photogene does the Raw conversion and edits in rAW but saves the image as a jpeg? Is the data for the edited RAW kept in something like sidecar? Can the edited RAW be retrieved once you get to a full sized computer?

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Mike Fewster
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1. Allows you to edit in raw.

2. Allows you to save in jpeg

3. Saves the edited jpeg in "photo stream" (the imported raw stays in camera roll)

"Can the edited RAW be retrieved once you get to a full sized computer?"

The original raw file is there in camera roll and can be copied to a big computer. The jpeg created from the edited raw can definitely be sent to a full size computer. I'm not sure the edited raw file can be. But it must still exist in the iPad because if you return to the file a second time, the edits from the first time are there and can be reversed. I just don't know if that file can be extracted. You might post the question on the Mobile Pond (developer) web site

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